The KODAK X250 HD SSD features Type-C 3.1 high-speed interface to deliver high-speed data transmission as USB 3.1 Gen2, and up to 500M/s read and write speed, which is made of high quality material, resistant to shock & drop with low power consumption.
High-speed Transmission, Stable Read & Write.
Type-C port delivers the high-speed data transmission as USB 3.1 Gen2, and up to 500M/s read and write speed and allows to transfer high-resolution photos and 4K video files for saving time.
High Quality, Fast Storage.
Features the fast storage and low power consumption, and supports NANDXtend ECC to ensure the data stability.
Wide Compatibility, Plug & Play.
Specially designed for Mac/PC/Mobile Phones, supports USB 2.0, USB 3.0, USB3.1Gen2, USB Type-C, USB Type-A. Plug and play, allows to store files at any time.
Small Size & Large Data.
Type-C 3.1 new port delivers high-speed transmission, storage and back-up of large data, for quickly transferring HD pictures, video, and important files, etc.
Allows to transfer files between X250 SSD and the android smartphones with Type-C interface with Type-C data cable or Type-C adapter.
Shock & Drop Resistance.
Made of high quality material, to ensure its shock and drop resistance, and durability.
In the case of the PC with USB 2.0/USB3.0 ports, plug and play. In the case of PC or mobile phones with Type-C port, the Type-C adapter is required.
Item: Mobile SSD
Capacity: 120GB, 240GB, 480GB,960GB (Optional)
Weight: Approx. 60g / 2.1oz
Size: Approx. 103.5 * 58 * 8mm / 4.1 * 2.3 * 0.3inches
1 * Mobile SSD
1. The factory capacity of the SSD is calculated by 1MB=1000KB, 1G=1000MB, and the operating system uses binary algorithm, ie. 1MB=1024KB, 1GB=1024MB, therefore, the display capacity of the SSD is about 90% of the nominal capacity, which is normal.
2. The actual read and write speed of the SSD are directly affected by the following factors, including computer configuration, the SSD format, the file size and the number of files copied at the same time, as a result, the SSD may show a different read and write speed in actual use, which is normal.